Apple has partnered with NBC, the network that is covering the Pyeongchang, South Korea Olympics, to bring real-time news updates about the event through its Apple News app. The feature, which was announced at the company's September 2017 event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, allows users to jump straight into several different news programs.
If you don't have the corresponding app on your iOS device or Apple TV, you'll be redirected to download it from the App Store. Check out a few screenshots below or visit the For You section in Apple News to see more.
The news feature is rolling out to US users running the latest version of iOS and tvOS, offering live streaming news from several news networks, including CBS News, CNN, Fox News, Cheddar, CNBC, and Bloomberg.
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On Thursday, Apple updated its TV app for iOS and tvOS, introducing a live News section.
Furthermore, on tvOS, you can use Siri to start playing a specific network. It will also include a planner for people to figure out what is showing when, and let you add events you want to watch to your calendar. In the United States, the additions provide easy access to both text and video news, though only a handful of partners are now featured.
Both the News and the Sports sections were showcased alongside the unveiling of the Apple TV 4K and the two sections work to support each other.